Full Comprehensive Eye Exams
Periodic eye exams not only ensure you are seeing your best, but more importantly help in the early detection of eye disease that, if left undiagnosed, could lead to permanent vision loss. Remember, you could have early stages of glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, retinal tears, keratoconnus or diabetic retinopathy and STILL have 20/20 vision. Children, seniors, contact lens wearers, diabetics and those who are considered at a higher risk for eye disease should have their eyes checked annually. All other adults should be seen at least every 2 years. Not sure when you should come in? Ask our staff or your doctor of optometry. Children’s exams are fully covered by MSP and our senior patients are partially covered by MSP once a year.
Fees for our adult exams vary between $75-$150 depending on risk factors including contact lens wear, systemic health concerns, and previous ocular history. Our children’s exams (18 and younger) remain an MSP insured service with no additional fees.
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Problem Specific Exam / Emergency Care
If you are noticing changes to your vision, ocular comfort and/or experiencing signs of an eye emergency such as sudden vision loss, flashing lights, floaters, red eye, pain, or double vision please contact our office immediately. We are licensed to prescribe medications for various ocular conditions including infections, inflammation, allergy and dryness.
Between the routine full eye exams completed at our clinic, any concerns or emergencies are assessed as an MSP insured service with no additional fees.
Contact Lens Assessment
A thorough examination will allow us to determine the most suitable lens for you, taking into account the health of your eye and your specific visual demands. We carry an extensive selection of disposable and frequent replacement lenses including multifocal, astigmatism, coloured and rigid gas permeable lenses.
Dry Eye Assessment & Treatment
Dry eye is the term used to describe eyes that do not produce enough tears or that produce tears without the proper chemical composition. A proper assessment will identify the causes that contribute to your symptoms and the therapeutic options to help manage/eliminate them.